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Nauset Lighthouse

This past Thursday, my little sister (friend Alex) and I went for a mini road trip to the Cape. The drive there went by quickly as there was no traffic and I managed to get around one slow driver just as the road shifted to one lane for miles. However, on the way back, we…

Wandering Whale

Shorts // Boots Cooler, gloomy summer days call for comfortable, loose fitting sweaters and denim shorts. When I saw this sweater at Vineyard Vines, I knew I had to have it, even though it was in the children’s section. Fortunately, I can still pass as an 11 year old in more than one way! I…

Castle On The Hill

Bancroft Tower in Worcester, Massachusetts is not something you’d expect to see just seconds out of a city. The tiny neighborhood surrounding it is quaint and peaceful. How beautiful are all the stones on the tower!? I can’t believe how tall it is. The view from the base of the castle was expansive; I can…

Around Ashuelot

Another stop on my New Hampshire covered bridge tour and probably the longest covered bridge I’ve ever driven over, the Ashuelot covered bridge located in the town of, you guessed it, Ashuelot, is a site to see, especially when covered in snow. I’d never seen a white covered bridge before and can only help but…

Coombs Covered Bridge

I’m obsessed with covered bridges and am always on the hunt for new ones to visit. In the fall, I took a road trip to a covered bridge and some other spots in Northern Massachusetts and decided to take another this past weekend despite the 9 degree temperatures. This time, I headed up to New…

On The Nauti-List

Every year, someone puts up a Christmas tree on Second Beach in Middletown and it’s the cutest thing ever. What screams ‘Christmas in Rhode Island’ more than a Christmas tree on the beach? Nothing! Delila was absolutely delighted by both the tree and the beach. You should’ve seen her excited expressions as she sniffed the…

Country Roads Lead Home

Swamp Meadow Covered Bridge in Foster, Rhode Island is one of my favorite spots in the state. I can’t make a trip home without at least driving under it a couple of times. It’s so nice to have a bit of New England charm so close to home. I just love covered bridges! I am…